B Feminicdio

Triste realidade para os auto-proclamados defensores dos direitos das mulheres. O aborto atinge predominantemente bébés do sexo feminino na generalidade dos países.

A campanha de outdoors levada a cabo em Roma por ocasião da realização da Marcha pela Vida anual de Itália é uma chamada de atenção chocante para o feminicídio em curso no mundo. 

O pretenso "direito ao aborto" não podia ser algo mais contra a própria mulher.

https://www.liveaction.org/news/pro-life-ads-italy-abortion/

Pro-life ads in Italy anger feminists… by pointing out how abortion kills females

By Kelli | May 15, 2018 , 05:58pm

 

In Italy, so-called feminists and abortion supporters are incensed by a new pro-life ad campaign that drives home the fact that abortion is the leading cause of death for females in the world today. “Abortion is the prime cause of femicide in the world. #STOPABORTION,” declare the posters, displayed in Rome, which feature the black and white image of a pregnant woman cradling her womb.

Naturally, in a society that elevates abortion to the status of “women’s empowerment,” this sort of messaging is unwelcome. Several have called the posters “offensive” and are calling for their removal because they use the term “femicide,” a term the BBC News says is “often used for the killing of women by men.”

This isn’t the first time a pro-life poster campaign has been met with ire in Rome. According to BBC News, “Only a month ago Rome authorities removed a giant poster of a foetus that bore the slogan: ‘You’re here because your mum didn’t abort you.'” The BBC adds that the “Madrid-based CitizenGo group behind the posters timed the campaign to coincide” with the upcoming “anniversary of Italy’s Law 194” on May 22, which was the law legalizing abortion for any reason up to 12 weeks of pregnancy. After this point, abortion is allowed only to save the life of the mother or in cases in which there is a fetal abnormality. The group plans to post its ads in other cities as well, and there is a march for life in Rome coming up this weekend.